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Gossip Bigger Than Anthony’s Wiener.

ANOTHER FRENCH RESTAURANT! Anthony Demes, whose modern French bistro, Couvron, wowed diners first in Portland and then, after a cross-country move, in Manhattan, has applied for a liquor license fo   More
Wednesday, June 8, 2011 WW Culture Staff

Gossip That Slaughters Its Own Goats.

FUR PARTY: Montreal duo Handsome Furs created a bit of a stir recently upon revealing the album art for its forthcoming record Sound Kapital—a dark, moody photo of a tattooed naked woman standing be   More
Wednesday, June 1, 2011 WW Culture Staff

Say It Ain’t Cho.

RESTAURANT HAPPENINGS: After meaty Northeast eatery Belly closed in April, Northwest izakaya Tanuki has designs on moving in, applying for a liquor application last week. >> Australian pie store   More
Wednesday, May 25, 2011 WW Culture Staff

The Wrath Of Cannes.

GRIMM UNCERTAINTY: Word leaked Thursday evening that NBC has picked up a full season of the fairy-tale cop series Grimm, which filmed its pilot in Portland. But before you don your favorite troll co   More
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 WW Culture Staff

Gossip That Hates Your Favorite Local Band.

GOING FOR GOLD: Portland Mercury music editor Ezra Caraeff is planning to open a bar called the Old Gold. Caraeff applied for a full liquor license in April for 2105 N Killingsworth St., next to the   More
Wednesday, May 11, 2011 WW Culture Staff

Goodbye Birthers, Hello Deathers

THE SEATTLE SOUND (OF TINY VIOLINS): Fleet Foxes frontman and newly minted Portlander Robin Pecknold hit out at the band’s home ground of Seattle on the Twitters last week, stating: “Both weekli   More
Wednesday, May 4, 2011 WW Culture Staff

Gossip That Would Rather Marry The Ginger Prince.

CART ATTACK: WW held its annual Eat Mobile food cart festival on Saturday, April 23, with nearly 3,000 eaters gathering under the Morrison Bridge to sample from 39 different carts and vote for their    More
Wednesday, April 27, 2011 WW Culture Staff

Nicolas Cage Is A Prickly Pear.

PUB IN A PICKLE: Sometime Portland film producer John Albert has applied for a liquor license to open Stone Pickle Deli & Pub in the Kenton neighborhood space that formerly housed short-lived cock   More
Wednesday, April 20, 2011 WW Culture Staff

Suck It Up, Winklevii.

LUTZ LIVES: When the beloved Lutz Tavern, reportedly the first bar to sell Pabst to hipsters, closed in September after 56 years of beer-only business, Woodstock residents responded with a mix of a   More
Wednesday, April 13, 2011 WW Culture Staff

We Nominate Jim Lehrer As The New Katie Couric.

KAVA PARTY: A business touting itself as “Portland’s first kava bar” has opened up on Southeast Division Street. Bula Kava House trades in the Polynesian herbal drink known for its alcohol-free   More
Wednesday, April 6, 2011 WW Culture Staff
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